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Making Videos on the Web

A Guide for Teachers

How you and your students can create videos without purchasing any software or video equipment.

Richard Byrne

Creating videos for a classroom project used to require a lot of money for equipment and software. Thanks to the Internet, those days are gone. Now anyone with access to the Web and a modern web browser can create a high-quality video project.

Copyright and Creative Commons.

A short run- down of the meanings and purposes of Public Domain, Creative

Commons, and Fair-use.

Page 2

Finding Images and Audio for Video Projects.

Use these resources to locate images and sounds that you and your students can use in video projects.

Pages 3-7

Create Your Own Audio Tracks

Learn to use a free web-based audio track recording and mixing tool.

Pages 8-10 Page 26

Documentary Video

In this section we’ll look at some free services for creating

documentary- style slideshow- based videos.

Pages 11-21

Full-length Videos

In this section we’ll look at using a free web-based video editing service that you and your students can use to produce full-length videos.

Pages 23-25

Sharing Videos

Try these

alternatives to YouTube

for sharing your students’ works.

Page 27

Animated Videos

Fun and free services for creating short animated videos.

Page 22 Screencasting

Use these services to create

demonstration videos on your computer. Useful for teachers and students.

Cover Image Attribution: © BrokenSphere / Wikimedia Commons.

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